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one u.s. had the courage to stand up and fight this thing the court system while his heart was breaking. amidst all this legal wrangling that we are discussing today, i would ask you to remember that this is about a young iranian gave his life to our nation. let's remember -- a yacht marina gave his life to our nation. let's remember him in our prayers. my co-counsel has served our country in afghanistan. we know that our troops overseas do not worry about themselves when they are in harm's way. they worry about their families and what will happen to their families if they have to pay the ultimate sacrifice. for this -- for those troops, i have this message, while this decision is disappointing, remember that the american people believe in you. the overwhelming majority of americans recognize and honor your sacrifice. god bless you and your family and thank you for your commitment to our country. >> i want to say thank you for people who helped me out. all the military men and women do i have heard from, their families, the 48 attorney general's kusaie and -- the 48 attorne
of the stories we're working on -- the u.s. has joined an international coalition to use force against muammar gaddafi. we will tell you what is ahead for this war-torn investigation. the military investigates after gruesome photos resurface involving two american soldiers in afghanistan. those stories are at 6:00. >>> let's take a look at what is going on with the weather. >> the first full day of spring and we had thunderstorms in the morning. more showers and storms but let's get started to the west of the metro area with a lot of yellow and red specks -- those are developing thunderstorms moving out of west virginia. if you live near woodstock, you are getting hammered right now. we can take a larger view by looking at the storms can. showers and storm stretching back to ohio with individual storms popping up. through the night isolated showers and thunderstorms but many in the '70s and a delightful whether in the '60s. a chance of thundershowers through the evening hours eventually dropping to the '60s. isolated showers should end in the overnight hours. a cold front will slip
. >> the u.s. department of education is finding the university $50,000 for the slow response to deadly shootings. the university sent out an e- mail to hours later after the gunmen had killed 30 more people. >> the supreme court took on a case involving one of the country's biggest retailers. a group of female employees accuses the store of discrimination. >> this has garnered a lot of attention. people were lined up hoping they would be able to get a seat inside hoping they would be able to watch at -- what could become the largest case of its kind in u.s. history. outside the courthouse, dozens use the walmart case to protest what they call continued pay discrimination between men and women. >> women are earning 70 cents on a man's dollar. >> we know when you're discriminated against women not going to stand for. >> betty doduke filed a lawsuit. >> she file thatd lawsuit 10 years ago and six women in california signed on with similar claims. >> the question before the supreme court can a class- action suit be brought against the chain to include the women who ever worked for walmart?
off first off by taking it to the u.s. naval academy in annapolis. you'll see some bands of cloudiness coming overhead. during mid and late afternoon, it cooled off. off to the east and northeast, and turned back to be every bit of a late afternoon. temperatures in the upper 40's in annapolis. 49 degrees in rockville and frederick. the big weather news is this flood watch. another one. this goes into effect tomorrow evening through thursday evening for most of our other. -- most of our area. this is the only areas not under a watch at this time. that could change. we are 24 hours away. flooding could be a possibility from the heavy rain. possibly 3 inches. right now, 52 in frederick and manassas. 53 over the eastern shore. colder air continues to hang tough over northern new england. 24 degrees in burlington, vermont. that goal there is on its way down. you do not want cold air anywhere around unless you like snow and ice. that will not be the story. around 50 degrees tomorrow even with increasing cloudiness. close to 60 with periods of heavy rain thursday. satellite and radar shows so
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for 30 years of public service andin the u.s. senate, representing the state of virginia, a state she dearly loved. >> thank you. much more on the life, like a seat in many loves of elizabeth taylor coming up on abc news at 6:00. >>> today it started in the fire as a dumpster, but what police found after the fire was extinguished has the woodward community concerned. we are live on the scene with the latest. >> right now police are trying to figure out who this person is. they are going over missing persons cases. ultimately they will have to compare the teeth to dental records. then there is also this. there is a report that a woman was walking her dog and passed by the dumpster and she said she saw a man standing in front of the dumpster and staring at it. >> people who live here say the trashers just picked up yesterday, so the body discovered this morning probably has not been there for long. philip williams lived at the bayview apartment and police questioned him. to cut the police questioned me this morning. -- >> the police questioned me this morning. i do not kno
channel lineup, superior picture quality, and more hd, plus the fastest internet in the u.s. why keep paying for cable? get fios tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month -- plus $100 back. is this is a limited time offe, so don't wait. call 1.877.827.fios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities that's 1.877.827.3467. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. get the network that delivers more. get fios. a network ahead. >>> a 16-year-old scored the winning basketball court. but then he collapsed in front of hundreds of students and teachers. the mexican teenager's death is capturing high lot -- headlines across the country. -- the michigan teenager's death is capturing headlines across the country. >> tell us about this story. >> cardiac arrest due to an enlarged heart. it happened after the game during which he was the star. just moments ago, we heard from this grieving coach. with only 30 seconds left in overtime, the game the the redid the game-winning shot. that light up should have been the perfect into the perfect season. wins across the board. just moments after they rushe
, no shortages. just concerns. the white house says it is considering tapping into the u.s. oil reserves. one analyst says there is pressure for the president to lower prices. but you can't say i did something and you are better off. what elected -- >> you can say i did something and you're better off. what elected official will not want to say that? >> now when i see a homer, i just laughed. -- a hummer, i just laugh. >> live from arlington, natasha berken abc7 news. >>> coming up on abc7 news at 5:00 p.m., the deaths of two high school athletes have some people calling for strict medical tests for athletes. >>> bathroom bad it's busted after police say they were targeting women in -- bathroom bandits busted after police said they were targeting women in a restaurant out terms. >>> and the lindsay lohan necklace trauma is sold and this could cause the prosecution its case. >> mayor filan breaking news coming in from peru this evening as a murder suspect says he is going -- as a murder suspect joran van der sloot says he's going to plead guilty. he remains the prime suspect in the disappearan
nations like the u.s.. among those arriving, 155 marines from indian head, md. part of the chemical biological response force. ground water nearby has tested at 10,000 times the acceptable levels. then there is the food. >> i am not a scientist but i drink the milk and eat the food. >> so far 99 types of food have shown radioactive activity. cows near the fukushima plant have tested positive and traces have shown up here in milk in washington state and california. experts insist it is not of major concern. >> with increased monitoring, and makes me feel comfortable where of there would be a warning, we would pick up quickly. >> the epa says they are increasing their monitoring of milk precipitation and drinking water in the states. foods imported from japan are being screened first for radiation. >>> a government panel has weighed in on a link between food dyes and hyperactivity in children. an fda panel says more studies are needed to determine whether there is in fact a connection between food coloring and attention deficit disorder. the panel agrees there's not enough e
internet in the u.s. why keep paying for cable? get fios tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month -- plus $100 back. a is is a limited time offer, so don't wait. call 1.877.827.fios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities that's 1.877.827.3467. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. get the network that delivers more. get fios. a network ahead. >> we have new affirmation about a little known traffic law. >> we explain why what you hang from your rearview mirror could get you in trouble. >> air fresheners? it is illegal to hang them from rearview mirrors in d.c. this solomon says she has been pulled over by police. >> -- this walden says she has been pulled over by police -- this woman says she has been pulled over by police. this man has been pulled over for his handicap sticker. the obstructed view law says, in part >> many people believe it is not about what is hanging from the mirror. it is about having a reason to stop you. the commissioner says the law needs to be publicized. >> you do not know what is wrong until you're stopped. >> she complains her son was stopped recently
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is taking the exhibit to major u.s. cities where they invite students to read victim's stories and talk honestly about suicide. >> people do not want to talk about it. it is to boot. >> a yoga store is honoring a murdered employee. they cover the front window with a white draping with the message "love" on it. on march 12 police found her body inside the store. days later investigators arrested another employee and turned -- charged her with the murder. the store remains close but a spokesperson says the company is still committed to serving the area. >>> a police jeep suspended three of his officers with pay. they were suspended for overtime irregularities that were discovered during an audit. the city manager says the staff changes have not had an impact on operations. >>> we have breaking news. prince george's county police have just announced three arrests connected to the deaths of the pizza driver delivery boy. halfthey are each charged with first-degree murder and robbery. he was robbed and killed sunday night. >>> loved ones will gather to night to mark the one-year
are raising prices. united and continental are raising theirs by $10 on many roundtrip u.s. flights. we are three months into the new year and three airlines have raised fares three times. they say it is to offset fuel costs. a lawsuit was filed against online travel companies. accusing them of not paying enough money in hotel taxes. >> d.c. spent a busy day in pot hole palooza. crews worked on 324 pommells. residents called in more than needed to be fixed. -- that needed to be fixed. this year's activity will run through april 21. >> barbie's boyfriend is getting ready for a facelift. mattel when on a hunt to find the new face for ken and the doll maker once the social networking campaign to choose a final -- eight finalists. the face will feature his face. ken turned 50 on march 11. >> that is not so old. >> we have a look ahead. >> i am surprised that is an editorial comment. >> i have several more. >> how a local university is helping japan assess the damage and move forward after the catastrophic earthquake. political afterlife. a former vice president is the object of a new hbo mi
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